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More tips for your new Stryd

More tips for your new Stryd
Last week we explained to brand new owners how to use their Stryd running power meter. The article is well received. It’s been read a lot. We ended up with Stryd’s intelligent workouts schedules. Schedules that change automatically if you improve through workout because they are linked to your personal critical power and personal power duration...

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Your new Stryd is home delivered. What now?

Your new Stryd is home delivered. What now?
Koen de Jong ran a PB at the marathon of Den Bosch (the Netherlands) with the help of a Stryd running power meter. Shortly before that, we had explained the benefits of running on power in a joint webinar. That has inspired many Dutch runners to buy a Stryd. Attaching such a Stryd to the shoelaces is a breeze. But then what? The simplest answer is a...

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Can Big Data help us to run faster? Case: Polar Flow

Can Big Data help us to run faster? Case: Polar Flow
Polar innovations In 2019 Koen Demyttenaere of Polar asked us to test their new Polar Vantage V watch. We found this very interesting, especially since the Polar Vantage V also gives your running power in Watts. We published our findings in two previous articles, part 1  and part 2. The Polar Grit X is the robust brother of the Polar Vantage V. In...

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What should be my Target Power for a Virtual Race?

What should be my Target Power for a Virtual Race?
What should be my target power for a virtual race? We often get this question. More and more runners are getting acquainted with running on power. That’s not complicated. It’s new and therefore sometimes unfamiliar. But very suitable for virtual races. You’re running alone. You can’t focus on anyone and you don’t have a...

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